Ivar's Restaurants Coronavirus Update


Update from Ivar’s President, Bob Donegan | April 15




Our thoughts go out to those affected by COVID-19 and we want to thank those who are working day in and day out to contain this virus not only in our community, but throughout the world.

To further stop the spread, Governor Inslee required all restaurants, bars and entertainment and recreational facilities to temporarily close through March 30th (unless further government mandates are communicated). Accordingly, all Ivar’s Seafood Bar locations across the state are closed for dining in. Take-out and delivery service are available. Ivar’s three full-service restaurants, Ivar’s Acres of Clams, Salmon House and Mukilteo Landing are temporarily closed.

During this closure, our employees are able and encouraged to use available sick and vacation days, and all employees enrolled in health insurance will retain that through at least April 30th. We are also continuing to offer our employees ongoing support through our Employee Assistance Program that is available 24/7, at no cost and provides confidential access to professional counselors and resources.

Throughout our 82-year history, we’ve worked hard to serve you, our guests, clamtastic seafood and we want to continue that during these trying times.

What We're Doing:

Enhancing and increasing the frequency of our sanitation practices in areas such as, but not limited to, floors, tables, chairs, doors, handrails, bathrooms etc.

Closely monitoring and communicating with our employees — instructing employees and colleagues to stay at home if they or someone they live with is sick or experiencing flu-like symptoms.

Sick employees will be sent home. If they’re symptomatic, they’ll be encouraged to consult their healthcare provider for testing (see sick and leave benefits below).

Revising our Ivar’s 115th Birthday celebration so you can redeem the birthday offer at a time that is convenient for you.


Sick Time:

Our employees have access to paid sick days after 90 days of employment which can be used for situations of illness (including COVID-19), or if they are home to care for their children since schools have been told to close;

Employees have at least 1 week of paid vacation time available after 1 year of employment;

Any employee who becomes ill or needs to be at home to care for a family member who is ill may apply for WA State Paid Family and Medical Leave. This leave allows you to:

- Care for and bond with a child younger than 18 following birth or placement

- Care for yourself or a family member experiencing a serious health condition

- Certain military-connected events.


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